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morning. a little bit more so than the last couple of mornings. sunny mild to warm. we'll have more. coming up next on mornings on 2 breaking news both overseas and here in the bay area a missing child led to an amber alert in the east bay. plus the latest on the deadly attack that happened outside the american embassy in turkey.
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>> reporter: we're live here in oakland where an all right -- where an amber alert has been issued. breaking news. a deadly attack overseas. we just received new information from turkey. "mornings on 2" begins right now. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i've dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell.
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it's friday, february 1st. new information on the breaking news we've been following since 4:30 this morning. a child reportedly taken from her mother in oakland triggered an amber alert overnight. brian flores is live in oakland where police new say they've caught the suspect. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, tori. a lot of twists and turns in this case if you will on what's been going on since this amber alert was issued. but yes, police say they do have the suspect, if you will, 56-year-old kim tolefree at least in for questioning at their point. but they also say that the amber alert still remains in effect. we thought it would be a good idea to go over -- to go over the information again just in case there's other details. but the amber alert was issued around 4:30. police were looking for what was a gray chevy truck. it had the california license plate of 7n79574. again, that was 7n79574
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now, initially, police told us they were looking for kim tolefree as well as a 1-year- old child, a girl. her name was -- her name is isaza tolefree. she was described as last wearing a pink shirt with blue bears holding anage and yellow blanket and kim tolefree was last seen wearing a plaid and beige coat, acid washed jeans. we're told the suspect was armed and dangerous. the twist -- and we just got done talking with oakland police and her daughters as well, we're told this may not be a child at all. it may be a case of domestic violence involving drugs. here's what one neighbor said. we don't that have sound right now. we're trying to sort out out
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the details. a cording -- sort the details. this 1-year-old girl, according had kim tolefree's daughters, the child does not exist. it may have been a matter of a domestic violence case with drugs. pline floor -- brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. we're following developing news out of turkey. a suicide bomber set off explosives killing himself and an embassy security guard. coming up at 7:15, what we are hearing about the group responsible for the bombing. we're just days aday from super bowl stunned. we have live team coverage for you. sports anchor joe fonzi is standing by. he's in new orleans up early for us. we're starting first with tara moriarty and tara, there is a new distraction for the 49ers. what is it? >> reporter: this is a
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controversy surrounding the 49ers and the gay community. it centers around an anti- bullying video made in august. strangely enough, the two players who made it, denied making it. linebacker brooks and sopogoa. said they didn't realize the purpose of for the video -- purpose for the video was not about fighting. the players were asked about it in a chris culliver interview. brooks said he knew it was an anti-bullying video but not a gay rights thing. >> when people speak on any issue, i always try to give them a little leeway when they do make a mistake just because it -- a sensitive topic like
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that, we're not always comfortable talking about it but i think you should be responsible for what you say. >> reporter: when you look at the video, brooks and sopoaga, perhaps no one told them the specifics about the video. we don't know. there were quite a few players who wanted to be in the video but the most intimidating players were chosen. live from daly city, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. our live team coverage of the 49ers and the super bowl continues in new orleans with joe fonzi. joe, you've been talking to one of the greatest nfl players of all times. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. one of the greatest landmarks is this hotel.
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a man had a young brier who was homesick. so he had this made for you and when she looked out door, she could see rows of corn from iowa. 23 years ago, one of the heroes of the super bowl was jerry rice. we caught up with him yesterday. it won't surprise you to learn that that game was one of his best memories of new orleans. >> 55-10 against the denver broncos. i will never forget it. that was my second super bowl and i was -- i think i was more relaxed and -- and i had a chance to enjoy the experience. sometimes you get caught up and you have blinders on. and you don't see everything happening around you. you are able to take control of the football game. it was a super bowl. >> reporter: coming up in the next hour, we'll hear from a 49er who was a three-time super
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bowl champion. until then, reporting live from the cornstalk hotel, joe fonzi, ktvu channel 2 news. >> beautiful shot there. stay with us. our ktvu team is ing abouting us live reports in every newscast leading up -- team is bringing us live reports in every newscast leading up to the super bowl. in the next half-hour, hear from jim harbaugh and the harbaugh brothers' news conference that's going on right now. something that usually doesn't happen. >> no. >> we dipped in a little bit live earlier. but we'll go back to that that -- back to that. let's go right to sal. how are we looking? >> we don't have a ill lot of -- we don't have a lot of major problems. but the commute in general, a b plus. we're lighter than usual. this is 80 westbound as you head out to the maze.
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the traffic continues to get buzzier as you get to the -- busier as you get to the bay bridge toll plaza. you are waiting for a little bit. less than five minutes here. once you get on the bridge, it looks good into san francisco. we did have an earlier crash. northbound 101 at 13th. from 238 to mowry avenue. 17 minutes. some days, i think one day this week, it was up to 50 minutes. 7:08. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. good morning. a little bit more fog on this friday morning. patrick redwood shores says a little bit around san mateo, fc, foster city, but clear south of the bridge. so for some there's pockets of it. i know on the hayward side there's fog. concord, livermore, napa, santa rosa. yesterday, it was the north bay. patchy fog but hazy and warm. mostly sunny.
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higher clouds. next rain, thursday, friday. next thursday, friday. although it's looking more like a colder system than a rainy system. we need the rain. if you thought where is the breeze, there has not been much. others in the east bay, have a pretty good offshore wind continuing. that for shom the offshore breeze is in place. that means the coast has really nice weather. temperatures on the lows are even warmer that morning than yesterday it will be sunny. mostly cloudy. there's some higher clouds. i think most of those day towards more central california. 30s for some. 49. redwood city, san rafael is at 41. livermore is 32. so some of those higher clouds to the south, the forecast model picks up on it a little
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bit. mainly about san jose south and then the fog will fall apart. there will be some but then it will go away. today, a challengey start. hazy sunshine. highs, 7 in clearlake. 70 in gilroy. sonoma is in there. st. helena warmer, 68. walnut creek 64. berkeley, oakland, 66. livermore, though, 63. there is a 70. gilroy and also santa cruz. 60s on the coast and in san francisco. not much change for your weekend except for the higher clouds. maybe some rain late next week. a suicide bombing at the u.s. embassy in turkey this morning. what the state department is saying about the attack on what's already a pretty intense day for the department.
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7:13. we're continuing to follow the developing news this morning out of turkey. that's where a suicide bomber detonated an explosive device right outside the u.s. embassy, killing himself and an embassy guard. kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with what we're hearing about who may be behind this attack. kyla? >> reporter: turkey's interior minister now says the suicide bomber is most likely connected to a left-wing militant organization that's based in turkey. that group is outlawed and is considered a terrorist group but as of now, no group is claiming responsibility.
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that attack happened outside the u.s. embassy before 4:00 a.m. pacific time. the state department is working closely with the turkish national police to figure out who is responsible. the lone suicide bomber was about to go through the x-ray machines at the entrance to the u.s. embassy when the explosion happened. cnn says the bomber died, as did a turkish man who works as a security guard at the embassy. a woman visiting the embassy on business was hurt. investigators are not saying how serious her injuries are or if she's from the united states. i did reach out to the state department to find out if other u.s. embassies around the world are now having tightened security issues and i have not yet head back. we've also contacted foreign policy experts. we'll have their reaction when i see you next. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:14. the attack on the u.s. embassy
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in turkey comes on the same day that john kerry takes over as secretary of state. kerry will be sworn in at the state department this everyone why. before starting his new job, kerry made an emotional farewell tour across massachusetts. he said he wanted to thank the people he represented in the senate for 29 years. hillary clinton will give her farewell speech to the state department this afternoon on her last day as secretary of state. this is new video of clinton leaving home this morning for her last day on the job. clinton has said she looks forward to sleeping in after today. in fer four years, clinton traveled nearly a million miles and visited 112 countries. 7:15. well, it's a first in the nation and the city of oakland will introduce it today. it's both an i.d. card and a debit card designed to help low-income people as well as imgrants who often don't have access to bank accounts that have to rely on expensive check cashers. but critics already fear they will be targets of fraud
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because those cards contain personal information. a lot of or stolen card could give those thieves information they need to drain a bank account. later this year, latinos will outnumber the white population, for the first time in history. according to census figures, latinos will beat 49% of the white population by summertime. by the year 2020, the latinos will be the biggest ethnic group at 41%. the white population will make up about 37% of california's population. it is 7:16. bay area anti-nuclear activists are speaking out against a proposal to ship plutonium to lawrence livermore laboratory for testing. the group communities against a radioactive environment or c.a.r.e., sponsored a form in livermore last night. the act activists are concerned about a proposal to ship the
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plutonium from livermore to the lab in new mexico. no decision has been made on whether to transport the pleau tone number. san francisco's latest attackhas led to a somber vinyl again. last night people gathered in the city's south of market area. they came to pray for a software salesman they never met. police say 34-year-old scott now was bugged and beaten to death on the this same street corner. >> to the world, he's just another homicide victim but in god's eyes, he's precious. >> these mourners laid almost 70 candles and the city last year to remember homicide victims. this was their fifth vigil since the start of the year. 7:17. well, the fire district that serves sonoma state university may file a lawsuit to force the
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service they've been getting for free. the dispute between adobe and the university has been going on for years. since 2009, when the district established a fee schedule, the university has refused to pay the bills the district has sent. the fire district is searching for ways to finance this operations. it started to close its three fire stations on a rotating basis to close a $387,000 budget deficit. it's another first tied to the catholic church abuse scandal. the archbishop of los angeles ordered roger mahony to stop performing any public church duties because of his connections to that scandal. this game after the archdiocese released private files of priests suspected of molesting children. the decision on this came yesterday after years of lawsuits and very emotional
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legal battles. it has support of the nearly 4 million catholics. >> i think it's good that the information is coming out. >> yes. secrecy is what keeps the abuse going. >> back in 2007, the archdiocese was involved in a record-breaking civil settlement in the church scandal. it reached a $660 million settlement with more than 500 victims of child molestation. a traffic safety program for children in the san ramon valley is kicking off its 9th year. street smarts was started by bob and carmen after their two children were killed by an impaired driver in 2003. the goal of streets smart is to educate drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians about road safety. students participate by creating story books, advertising campaigns, public service announcements and taking part in a walk bike challenge. the federal government has put a proposed beer merger on
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ice. the u.s. justice department filed an anti-trust lawsuit blocking the merger between two huge beer companies, and highser bush and carona extra. the government contends the deal could lead to higher beer prices because it could reduce competition in the beer market. the weather has been unseasonably warm. i kind of like it. look out our win toe. this -- look out the window. up next, steve will tell us if this will last through super bowl sunday. and are the san jose sharks the winningest team in the nhl right now? one of them is acting like a quarterback. good morning. westbound highway 4. a little bit of slow traffic coming in from the bay point area. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay area. almost tastes like one of jack's cereals.
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adopting the trademark of another bay area sports star. he celebrated by flexing, then kissing his bicep known as kaepernicking, referring to colin kaepernick. well, the sharks have a lot to celebrate. they won 3-2 in a dramatic shootout and they remain the nhl's only undefeated team at 7- 0. 7:23. well, the 49ers and ravens are preparing for their sunday showdown and the two cities are staging their own friendly battles. the san francisco and baltimore symphonies have been trading jabs on social media. there's also a wager between each city's zoo. if the 49ers win, baltimore will rename the bird enclosure, the san francisco 49ers exhibit. but if the ravens win, san francisco will rename an enclosure after them. even each city's lie bay areas
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have -- libraries have bets. it appears that animals like to stick together. at a montana zoo, ozzie is picking the ravens. he had to choose between two banana pies, one marked sf, the other marked bp. they plan to make this an annual event. the bear has to start picking the correct winner if they want to do this on regular basis. but i think he went to the sf cake first. >> sure. sal, you have to compete with the traffic in baltimore? no competition. >> i would say not. is there a question? >> no. >> good morning. let's take a look at the east shore freeway and 80 westbound as you drive out to the mack care there maze. it's getting busy if you are driving to the bay bridge, it's not been all of that cold, it's been steady at about 5 to 7 minutes now for the last little bit. if this continues, we're expecting it to be all cleared
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up by 8:00. that could change if something happens. we're looking at the pleasant hill drive. southbound 6le 0 -- 680 looks good. has not been that bad in contra costa county, that includes on 80 between pin nome and richmond. the drivers are pretty good. 7:25. let's go to steve. a very good morning. mostly clear. a lot of fog out there. very foggy up in rohnert park. kaley drake said very foggy. the fog is dancing around, from the peninsula to hayward, back to livermore, concord, name, and -- and in san francisco, it's 49 degrees. hey, 49 degrees. [laughter] >> mostly sunny. a few high clouds. it's a dry pattern. when's our next rain, steve? i would say this time this wex. it's looking more like a colder system than a rainy system. the afternoons if you get that offshore breeze. they are warm. i think we'll see slight
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cooling on the weekend. a little bit of haze in the area. that will carry us in the weekend. but otherwise dry until maybe this time next week. >> thank you. 7:26. breaking news from oakland. we've been following since 4:30 this morning. an amber alert suspect is now in custody. but the alert is still in effect. >> reporter: an early-morning fire called suspicious knocked out power to dozens of people. we have new information from pg&e who has been at the scene for the past couple of hours. >> reporter: we're live in los gatos where some people are calling these padlocks a sentimental symbolism of love. but we'll tell you why the town says all of these padlocks must go today when "mornings on 2" continues.
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it is 7:29. there is some confusion this morning regarding our breaking news regarding the reports of a 1-year-old girl abducted in oakland. it triggered an amber alert just after 4:30 this morning. you saw some of the highway signs that were talking about this story. investigators are now checking whether the child even exists. the first report was that a male suspect, 56-year-old kim tolefree, got into a fight with
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the girl's mother. the mother said she took the girl and tolefree crashed into them and took the child away. a home on 98th avenue is the last location of kim tolefree considered armed and dangerous. police have now detained him but the girl has not turned up. and police are now trying to confirm that the girl exists and if so, is she missing? now, the mother said 1-year-old isaza tolefree was wearing a pink shirt with blue bears, holding an orange and yellow tigger the character blanket. we'll update you on this situation as soon as more information becomes available. brian flores is live -- will have a live report at the top of the hour. and we've learned new details surrounding an overnight fire in oakland that left dozens in the dark. claudine wong is live on nicole avenue where pg&e crews have been working all morning long to turn those light the back on. good morning, claudine. >> reporter: good morning.
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yes. new information from you from pg&e. this is 2800 nicole avenue. you can see the pg&e crews -- see that gentleman getting in that blue truck? he's getting in his truck because the work is done. they've been able too turn on power so the 40 or so residents that live here. they did that by replacing the wires. if you look up on the roof, you can see that's a good sign. power is back on. they've been without power since 2:00 this morning when the fire started. i want to give you a look at some video of when this happened because certainly pretty scary here. this is all about 2:00 this morning. he said he got his family out, called 911, took out his phone to record video of the flames. he didn't want his face shown on camera but he's pretty sure it was set on purpose. >> yeah.
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there was like a tree lit on fire. there's like a branch in the middle of the street that was already, like, lit. >> so when you looked a it -- >> suspicious. it wasn't an accidental fire. something did it. >> reporter: firefighters also think the fire looks suspicious. they have their investigator out here this morning for about 45 minutes taking a look at the scene. oakland police were out here also doing a report on what happened out here and soap that investigation is continuing. but in the meantime, if we come back out here live, there's a few things i want to show you. i want to show you the tree -- if you whattent to take a look apartment -- if you want to take a look at how hot it burned, you can see the fender in the bumper of that car, kind of burned and melted. if we come down here -- i want to walk you down the street, this is one of the reasons they think the fire is suspicious, that's because those two trees, not the only ones burnt. check out this one, that damaged the back end of this car and this is the tree that damaged the power lines that went to the building because of
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the situation of where these two fires were and how they weren't really spreading from one tree next to the other but a couple of trees down the block, that's what's making them think that someone set this on purpose and they are looking for whoever is responsible. claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:33. also in oakland, the independent monitor that overseas oakland police reforms, says the police department took a big step backward in the past year. the report specifically cites the police response to the occupy oakland protest. the report supports howard jordan who is trying to fire two officers and suspend 15 others for their treatment during the occupy movement. and that very same report found that two oakland police officers pointed their guns at a sleeping nine-month old
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child. this happened while the police officers were serving a search warrant in a misdemeanor drug case. turning to the super bowl. jim harbaugh just wrapped up a special press conference with his brother, john harbaugh. they touched on various topics including family upbringing as well as sharing the same practice facility. jim harbaugh stood next to col inkaepernick and the 49ers called the 100-minute practice one of the best this season. they are allowing the ravens to train their as well because ravens' trained about the old field built on a baseball diamond. >> i hear he's doing a phenomenal job which i'm really proud of. and then this week, it's been tough, i haven't been talking to him or calling him or anything. i sent him a few texts, just lefting him know how i feel
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about him. i don't want -- >> the harbaugh brothers say the game should not be about them but rather the players and they credit the players for helping the brothers go to the super bowl. san francisco police are preparing to control the crowd and keep the piece after the super bowl. they do not want to a -- they don't want a repeat of what happened after the giants won the world series. the city will remove all trash bips so they won't be burned and -- bins so they won't be burned and police are adding extra patrols in the areas. and safeway has decorated stores with football balloons and banners. americans will spend $50 million on super bowl parties. hot sellers include tailgating staples. one safeway sold 70 cases of avocados in one day. well, a popular display in los gatos will be removed
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today. ktvu's janine de la vega is in los gatos now to talk about why the town is removing the so- called love locks from a downtown bridge. >> reporter: we're here orban -- we're here on the main street bridge. this is where all of the padlocks are. right now there's 17 of them left. there used to be a lot more. some people took a long time to do this. but sown officials said if too many people started putting padlocks, the bridge wouldn't be able to handle all of this weight and it could pose a lastarded on some of the bridge -- hazard on some of the bridge here. so that's why they are saying all of the locks must go. the locks started to appear last fall one couple wanted to commemorate their 30th anniversary and wanted their names and the date on it. they got the idea from similar landmarks around the world. other couples started bringing locks to the bridge in los fat dose. it grew to nearly 30.
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caltrans owns the bridge and a sign was posted telling residents the locks will be removed and they need to remove them. some residents aren't really thrilled. >> they obviously backpacked on the -- backtracked on the whole thing. they were gonna throw them away and they said well, everyone is outraged. i think we better do something. >> i think they are all better out here. i think we should enjoy and relish in their symbolism. they are beautiful, they mean something to people. >> reporter: you can see back out here live, the signs are posted here, telling people to remove them and also that the locks will be relocated.
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back to you. >> thank you. developing news from alabama. hostage negotiators continue to communicate with the man who is holding a young boy captive. craig boswell joins us live at the scene in midland city, alabama. police say their only means of communication with a suspect is through a ventilation pipe. >> reporter: that's correct. it's a pvc ventilation pipe. here in this community it's been another 24 hours, excruciating 24 hours where this community is trying to stay focused and not get frustrated at the lack of information about these ongoing negotiates to three -- negotiations to free this 5-
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year-old boy. witnesses say jimmy lee dykes pulled a young boy off a school bus on tuesday after shooting the driver. the pair has been holed up in a bunker-type rhyme since then. this animation is -- room since then. this animation is what the room is supposed to look like. >> these three past days have not been easy on anyone. details of this situation have been very limited. we know that that could be frustrating for all of you. >> reporter: frustrating is right. members of the community have been holding vigil and church services hoping for a positive outcome. >> trying to bring the community together in one purpose. that's to pray for the safety protection of this young child an for the safe release to get him back to his family as quick as possible. >> while some pray, others wish they could do more to help the child. >> he needs to be back with his family. if i can go and get him, i would. >> the boy's parents have spayed out of the spotlight but
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did child's mother says her son was asperger's syndrome as well as hyperattention activity deficit disorder. >> there's no reason to believe the child has been harmed. >> reporter: police say the suspect has been known to stay in this bunker up to eight days and may have supplies to last longer. tori and dave, back to you. >> all right. thank you, craig. 7:40. sal you are back. so far so good, right? >> that's right. it's been pretty good. golden gate bridge traffic, let's take a look at that in marin county. it's been nice and quiet getting down to the golden gate bridge. a beautiful drive with no fog problems. getting to the toll plaza, it's not become worse than that. if you are driving on 80 westbound from vallejo to richmond. that's been a pretty good drive so far. 7:40. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. >> you are welcome. >> follow sog around here. a lot more -- some fog around here.
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a lot more than we saw. maybe rain by this time next week. it's looking more cold than it does rain. the system looks like it's starting to favor more southern and central california over the weekend. we'll see an increase -- excuse me. almost made it. it's been a tough two weeks. i know you are out there. misery loves company. but it will be warm by the coast and temperatures on the weekend, i think just slightly cooler because there will be morning fog. a dry fast. third driest in san francisco ever. that tells you all you need to know, not even a half inch of rain. san francisco's 48. oakland 47. a lot of 30s. novato was 32. hayward over to san mateo showing some fog even up in the north bay. but that will burn off. the higher clouds, you can see where they are trailing off towards. hazy, warm, a chilly start. with an easterly breeze for
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some. 60s for 70s. 63 danville. dublin, pleasanton, castro valley, downtown 66. 67 san jose. there's 70. santa cruz and also gilroy and then 60s on the coast, peninsula and mid-60s mainly with menlo park and palo alto in there with 65. a lot of hazy sunshine and high clouds. dry for another week. the new report on jobs came out just a short time ago. pam's cook will tell us about the big impact on wall street this morning. the big scare aboard and alaska airline flight after the pilot suffers another medical emergency.
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7:45. great news on the economy is sending stocks to highs we've not seen in six years. ktvu's pam cook is in the newsroom now with the exciting news on wall street. good morning, pam. >> good morning. two good reports are getting credit for taking the dow up to new heights right from the opening today. british opening -- [opening bell] >> the dow has pulled back a little bit. but that's typical. the index will test a new level for a bit until investors and economists weigh in whether or not the momentum will continue. in the past week, the s&p 500 has been testing the 1500 mark, both seen as very good, positive signs on the economy. helping drive the numbers, this morning's jobs report indicates that the jobs market is recovering. slowly but recover.
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there's another good report on manufacturing that shows growth in the u.s. as well. now, the unimemployment rate did inch up -- unemployment rate did much up but analysts say that could be because more people are starting to look for work. so they are counted in those numbers again. let's take a live look at the big board right now to see. you can see the dow jones is up 130 points there to 13,990. s&p 500 and nasdaq also showing some good ingas today as well. now, in our next hour of "mornings on 2," i'm gonna talk about who is hiring, which sectors and which local companies right now. reporting live in the newsroom, i'm pam cook, let's go back to dave and tori. >> look forward to that. thank you, pam. we're learning this morning that form new york city mayor ed koch has died. he died this morning of congestive heart failure. he was 88. during his three terms of mayor
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from 1978 to 1989 his tight fiscal policies pulled the city out of severe financial difficulties. he was known for his independent passionate and spirited ways. he later worked as a judge on the tv show "the people's court." one day after "the new york times" says computer hackers hacked from china, the paper said it's now over hauled the cyber security. meantime, china's ministry of national defense denies any involvement in the cyber attack. fox news host geraldo rivera is seriously thinking about running for a u.s. new jersey senate seat in 2013. he said he's been in touch with people in the republican party in new jersey. now, 89-year-old new jersey frank lautenburg has not said
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whether he will be seeking re- election. cory booker, also a democrat, said he's thinking about running as well. the death toll in yesterday's explosion at the mexico state-owned headquarters continues to rise. we've learned 32 people have died. and more than 120 were hurt. crews are continuing to rescue people trapped by debris. the explosion occurred in the basement and then heavily damaged three floors of the building where several thousand people worked. no word on what caused the blast. ten years ago today, the space shuttle "columbia" disintegrated as it returned to earth a. all seven crew members died and today nasa centers around the country including ames are -- nasa aims. they will unavailable an
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exhibit unveil -- unveiling of an exhibit as well. an lay cass airlines jet made an emergency landing in portland after the pilot blacked out. the co pilot took over the controls and safely landed the plane. the flight was originally headed to seattle. the airline says the pilot passed out somewhere over oregon but later did regain conscious nbc. paramedics rushed into a hospital as soon as the plane landed. we still don't know why the pilot passed out or the latest on his condition. boeing and u.s. federal investigators are conducting similar tests on those batteries for those planes.
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7:49. the unusual case of rabies here in the bay area that has health officials calling for pet vaccinations. also, dozens of people sickened with norovirus after eating food from a deli in can cord. what the owner has done to make sure it doesn't happen again. you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver.
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big changes in san francisco's loading zones may be coming soon. the city may add special zones to busy corridors to allow private shuttles to load and unload riders easier. one new loading zone planned for private shuttles on van ness avenue, that may be a sign of things to come. now, that particular street has become a battleground between muni vehicles and private shuttles which pick up workers in san francisco and then take them to jobs in other cities. san francisco's presidio is no longer threatened with being sold. the business times reports the
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presidio trust is making more money than it needs to cover operating costs. the former army base was turned into a national park on the condition that it be sold if it was not financially self- sufficient by this year. the presidio trust has plains to -- plans to raise their revenue to update and maintain new projects. there's an unusual case of rain -- of rabies in sonoma county. someone from santa rosa was bitten by a cat with rabies and is now being treated for it. this is the first case of rabies in a pet in this country for more than 15 years. county health officials are not releasing many details about the case, but pet owners are urged to vaccinate pets against rabies. an outbreak of the norovirus left at least 50 people sick in the east bay. the health department says it started when two employees at the north park deli in concord came into work sick. one group who eight at the
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restaurant on friday, including employeesed a biocare medical, knew something was wrong when on monday dozens of workers called in sick. >> this is something that sometimes happens. we're not gonna stop eating but for the ones that don't cook that well. >> the owner has issued an apology to his customer. let's get everybody moving this morning. sal, this has been one of those mornings you kind of like because you don't have to -- >> i've been doing if thor a lightning time. we've had a better pattern going. we love it. unless something happens for example on the bay bridge, we'll have a nice commute here to end. that's about a five-minute delay. i'm being conservative with that. it could be three minutes. let's just say five. no problems on the bridge itself. that takes you ten to get across. it could be a rot worse. this is 880, the northbound and
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the southbound directions looking good. it's getting a little bit crowded approaching high street on northbound 880. we're looking at the commute here on the drive in santa clara valley. 101 had an earlier crash. that's been cleared up. still slow approaching. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. a very good morning. once the fog burns off, it will be sunnyside up and temperatures, a little haze. some of fog burning off. all over the police on the lows -- place on the lows. 34 fairfield, 30s for san rafael, napa, santa rosa, antioch, concord. but 48 in san francisco. redwood city 46. san jose is at 40. getting the e-mails saying i miss the rain. i miss the rain. well, maybe next friday. until then enjoy the weather while you can. sunny, hazy. dry pattern, at least for another six or seven days except for a few high clouds
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and an increase in the fog. the afternoons have been mild to warm. i think slight cooling as we go into the weekend. 60s to near 70. that 7 -- that 70 is up at clearlake. a few high clouds. most of those will be down towards los angeles. and then mostly sunny early next week, i think clouds and colder ending to next week. breaking news from oakland. one hour ago, there was a major new development in the amber alert issued this morning. >> reporter: and there's conflicting information about the amber alert, tori. family members say the child may not even exist. hear what they have to say -- coming up. >> reporter: we're live in san francisco where we have some pretty fired up students getting ready for the super bowl. >> go, 49ers! [ cheers ] ♪
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and natural flavors in yoplait original. so, anything else we can do for you, let us know. but you'll keep it to yogurt, right? 'cause we shouldn't really help with your love life. yoplait. it is so good! welcome back. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. we're following breaking news since 4:30 this morning. an hour ago, there was a bizarre twist tied to the amber alert issued this morning. ktvu's brian flores is live to tell us about the suspect in
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custody but there's still a lot of questions about this. really a strange case, brian. >> reporter: a lot of questions and twists and turns. but you are correct, the alleged suspect, 56-year-old, calm, is in custody. they actually say he turned himself in because he wanted to -- block audio] >> reporter: the new information, there's conflicting information on whether this child exists. we spoke to two women who say they are kim tolefree's daughters and they say the information about their dad is wrong. >> this is unnecessary. it's not that serious, you know, call the police and put out an amber alert and say there's been a child abducted. there's no child. my father's youngest kids are boys. this baby so far doesn't even exist. we need this to go away.
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it's just ridiculous right now. >> reporter: and initially issued an amber alert looking for kim he was described as driving a 1973 chevy pickup truck with california license plate of 7n79574. the girl was described as 1- year-old isaza tolefree last seen wearing a pink t-shirt and wearing an orange blanket. there were initial reports that he was involved in a domestic violence incident involving drugs. we first heard it was the girlfriend who took the baby away and tole free took his car and crashed. but again, neighbors are saying otherwise, they paint a different picture of the suspect. >> i heard a lot of arguing and freeming. you know, give me the baby. you are no good. give me the baby. that's all i heard and the next thing you know, she ran -- she rammed her car into his truck.
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>> reporter: she. raked her car into -- she rammed her car into his truck? >> yes. >> reporter: not the other way around? >> right. he's not that kind of person. >> reporter: a lot of resources were used to find this little girl. but tolefree is in oakland police custody. we also got done talking with them and they say they investigated the truck. they have the truck in custody as well. and they say they investigated this woman's car and that they say that there was no child seat in the car. a lot of twists and turns in this he very unusual amber alert. we're live in oakland, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. developing news coming out of turkey. a suicide bomber set off explosives right outside of the american embassy killing himself and an embassy security guard. now, coming up for you at 8:15, we'll tell you what we're finding out about the group that was reportedly behind that attack. we're continuing to countdown to super bowl xlvii.
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we're just two days away from the game. from the bay area to the bayou, 49 fans are out in full force. we have live team coverage. we begin with tara moriarty in san francisco at a rally by some of the team's younger fans. >> reporter: good morning. a lot of excitement here in san francisco at this school. you can see that we've got some fans behind me here. these are a lot of the younger kids. [ cheers ] >> reporter: joining me live is sophia. she's with the student government. you must be so fired up. this is the second sports rally for you for the year. >> yeah. it's cool and fun. >> reporter: what have you been doing? >> making a lot of cheers, posters. it's a fun experience to have. >> reporter: do you have any predictions for the store? >> i think the niners will win. >> reporter: i understand we are -- we have some smack talk. >> i think that frank gore and
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kaepernick are gonna run over old ray lewis. >> reporter: his dad told him to say that one. let's start the cheer here. sophia, lead them. >> ready, guys, 1, 2, 3. >> go, 49ers! go, go, 49! go, 49ers! >> reporter: a lot of excitement here. we understand that there's one parent who was actually at the super bowl. >> shannon buckley's dad. paul buckley. >> reporter: he's there. he's gonna give us the play by play. this is the principal. you guys are really excited. >> yes. and maureen was at the game that got the 49ers here. she said it was so amazing. the fans that went to atlanta
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totally rocked the place. so much so, she got delayed and delayed and delayed, there were no more planes coming back to san francisco. >> reporter: you guys are fired up to see the student body. and you have a contest you are gonna do? >> we have a colin kaepernick contest. a kid is gonna throw a football to the older students and if they make the throw, they will kiss their biceps. >> reporter: a lot going on here. we'll tun in later on, back to you. >> thank you. san francisco police are preparing to control the crowd and keep the peace after the super bowl. they don't want a repeat of what happened last october after the giants won the world series. a muni bus was torched and numerous stores in the mission district were vallejo vandalized -- were vandalized.
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the. the chp is targeting drunk drivers. aaa reports dui crashes in california jumped by 75% on -- jump on 75% in super bowl compared to other suns in jan and fern. the chp averages 450 dui arrests on super bowl. that's why the chp is pushing the slogan, fans don't get fans drive drunk. stay with us for continuing coverage. our team is bling you live reports from the big easy in every newscast leading up to the big game. we'll be talking live with bubba paris in about a half an hour. on sunday night, after the game switch to channel 2 for a live local postgame show with fans here in the bay area and in na loans -- and in new orleans. big crowds are turning out for the mac world convention. yesterday, the public was allowed back in for the first time. one of today's most anticipated events is the state of apple
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2013 presentation. now, this is an outsiders' view, since apple has not participated in macworld for several years. another suspected highlight, the iphone film festival. that's tonight. macworld runs through tomorrow. san francisco's historic gold dust lounge will reopen today at a new location. the bar was forted to move out of its -- was forced to move out of its original spot in union square after they lost their lease. the new bar on jefferson street at fisherman's wharf will have all of the decorations from the original ball. the grand opening celebration is set to begin at 3:15 this afternoon. 8:06. want to check in with sal keeping a close eye on the commute. tori and dave, what's up? >> i'm glad i put my glasses on. let's take a look at what we have right now. the traffic is light. yes, it is light at the bay
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bridge toll plaza. live drive time about a minute here. no problems getting onto the bridge. fortunately for us, we haven't had any big problems getting into san francisco and here is san francisco and just as a side note, just as steve said, a little hazy there in the city. but that's not affecting visibility for drivers. also the morning commute in the south bay, we keep watching the road sensors. the slowest traffic is on -- is on 101. 280 is not bad. a little bit of slowing through 17. 85 is good. there's no real reason until you -- unless you have to hughes 101. if you can get -- unless you have to use 101. let's go to steve. >> it's very hazy around the edges. good morning. there we are. mostly clear. still and -- it's rather mild. upper 40s to upper 50s.
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a lot more fog this morning. hazy and warm, though, again today. mostly sunny over the weekend. there will be a few high clouds. i think most of it is staying south towards central and southern california. thursday to friday of next week looks colder, maybe some rain. we still have aways to go. i think the old air will return. we will see an increase in some of that fog but today, everything says sunshine and high pressure and a little bit still of an offshore breeze. santa cruz near 70. clearlake, 70. same for gilroy. mostly sunny over the weekend. it's a dry forecast but the fog has been increasing here each morning. i think that theme will continue. 30s, 40s. half moon bay, 47. oakland's 50 degrees all right -- 50 degrees already. 35 out towards fairfield. we had 33 in santa rosa. there's colder readings along with fog around there. once that burns off, you can see where the higher clouds are heading towards southern california more so than us.
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sunny and warm. it will be a nice afternoon on this first day of february. first day of february. 68, st. helena, 66 santa rosa. novato, 65. napa, 65. that's what they were yesterday. 64 pittsburg. 66 berkeley/oakland. alameda at 64. there is your 70. gilroy and santa cruz. 67, san jose. santa clara cupertino and sunnyvale. it will be close for mountain view and d.c. also at 62. not much change for your weekend except a lot of haze or maybe more fog that will be try. next week starts off dry and then i think we get some rain at the end of next week. 8:09. back to the super bowl, reporter brent mar martino is in -- reporter brent martino. i understand you just talked to an nfl expectly -- executive.
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>> reporter: we're at the mecca of new orleans. we just got done talking with the jaguars' owner and the jaguars' will be playing the 49ers in london next season. we got word that that game has been sold out. so good news for both teams. obviously, the story this week is in new orleans, louisiana, super bowl xlvii. the ravens against the 49ers. the buzz around this city. there's also a big buzz around new orleans. it's a party town, you mix mardi gras with super bowl xlvii and then up get a big- time display. now they are ready to go.
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there's so much pride in the city of new orleans, not only around what they are all about in terms of the perception of this being a party city. being a good host as well for mardi gras and also for super bowl and it's such a change from what happened 11 years ago when the super bowl was hosted here the last time by new orleans, 911 had just happened and then in between these 11 years, we've had hurricane katrina. this city has overcome so much. the people think it's bigger and better than ever. they are ready for the biggest sporting event in the world to happen on sunday. ravens and 49ers coming up a little bit later on in the weekend. for now, in new orleans. it's super bowl xlvii. back to you. >> thank you. it's supposed to be illegal but now a dangerous drug is popping up right here in the bay area. >> i lom lost my life -- i almost lost my life from smoking. >> the warnings from one
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family. and there's still talk about whether criminal charges will be filed against those two deejays involving that prank royal phone call.
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except for some fog, it will be sunny. temperatures warming up. 30s for some. 40s for others. officials in turkey think militants from turkey, their own country, could be
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responsible for today's deadly bombing outside the american embassy. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the united states considers the group a terrorist. kyla? >> reporter: yes. turkey's interior minister believes the suicide bomber is most likely connected to a left ling organization. it's called the revolutionary people party front. it's not yet claimed responsibility for today's attack. but the u.s. has the group designated as a terrorist organization. the blast happened at the entranceway to the u.s. embassy in turkey before 4:00 a.m. pacific time. the lone suicide bomber was about to go through an x-ray machine. the a.p. reports, the bomber died as did a turkish man working as a security guard working at the embassy. a woman at the embassy on business was also injured. investigators are not saying how severe her injuries are and where she's from. we're told there are multiple barriers and walls separating
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the entranceway from the. booing happened. no one inside the embassy was hurt. a state department spokesperson tells me they are working closely with turkish national police as this investigation moves forward. live in washington, d.c., kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. the attack on the u.s. embassy in turkey comes on the very same day that john kerry takes over as secretary of state. kerry will be sworn in this afternoon at the state department. before he starts his new job, kerry made a farewell tour across massachusetts. he wanted to thank the people he's represented in the u.s. senate for 29 years. this afternoon, hillary clinton will give her fairwell speech to the state department on her -- on her last day as secretary of state. you can see her here. clinton says she looks forward to shing in after today. in her four years, she traveled
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almost a million miles and visited 112 countries. 8:17. no charges will be filed against two australian deejays involved in the royal prank phone call that ended in tragedy. the deejays impersonated queen elizabeth and prince charles when they called a british hospital to ask about the condition of the duchess of cambridge. a nurse who put the calls through hanged herself three days later. british prosecutors say there's no evidence to support manslaughter charges against the deejays. the deejays are still on staff at the radio station but their show has been canceled. 49er players are offer their support to a -- offering their support to kwame harris. he could face criminal charges, being accused of assaulting an ex-boyfriend outside a restaurant last year. alex smith said hare ris was fun to have in the locker room. and frank -- harris was fun to have in the locker room and
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frank gore called him a fun guy. in a report, we found synthetic marijuana is still easy to find in stores. it's not being sold under common names like spice and k- 2. instead stores are calling it something else to avoid being caught. authorities say this drug is very dangerous. >> i thought that was my last moment. i thought -- i just thought it was over. i thought that was the end. >> now, law enforcement agencies say unless the drug is sold openly, they really don't have the resources to go after every store that might be selling this drug behind the counter. a lot of stores are selling it for roughly twice as much as marijuana. it was a tip from a viewer that prompted this special ktvu report. if you have a report, a story you would like us to investigate for you, e-mail us
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at classes at fremont high school in sunnyvale are back to normal this morning after a fake bomb threat forced students and teachers to remain in their classrooms. the threat was called into the dispatch center yesterday afternoon. 20 officers and two bomb- sniffing dogs were sent to the campus. after they searched for about an hour, authorities found it was not a credible threat. despite accreditation concerns, city college of san francisco is encouraging students to keep enrolling there. the college spokesman says it lost the equivalent of 2,000 full-time students over the past year amid growing concern about the school's future. city college has until march 15th to report back to the's crediting commission on its progress implementing financial reform. the acreditting commission is expected to decide the school's fate in june. 8:19. a bay area used car dealer is due in court this morning. the charges he's facing tied to
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many very angry customers. it's a super-weekend in the bay area. steve paulson will tell us what kind of weather we can expect on super bowl sunday. >> reporter: good morning. northbound 880. the traffic there looks pretty good as you drive up to the high street area. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay area. ao
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8:22. boy a big storm that is sweeping across the eastern
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part of the country, it's blamed for this, a huge pileup in indiana. at least 30 vehicles were involved. a lot of them were big rigs. at least ten people were hurt. one person's in critical condition. as you can see, heavy snow made it hard to see the roads. 8:23. a used car dealer in the south bay is due in court this morning accused of swindling dozens of customers. some old office furniture is all that's left of the sunnyvale motor car's used car dealership. the car lot abruptly closed seven weeks ago. now we're learning the owner is accused of swindling more than 40 people out of their cars and money through an elaborate scam. >> any idea how he was able to keep operating? >> no. right now, no. that's all part of the investigation. you know, how -- whether he took money from one vehicle to -- to keep another person satisfied or what.
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we're not sure. >> reporter: police arrested the owner at his home in campbell yesterday. they say the 50-year-old went by the name that was made of up andy paul. he faces six years in prison if convicted. 8:24. let's check back with sal. we haven't talked much about 880 this morning. >> we haven't. we haven't. i will tell you more about that, dave. i'm also getting some breaking news in the newsroom. the signs for the amber alert have been taken down. coming up on "mornings on 2" we'll tell you what happened to make them turn the signs off. we're getting more information into the newsroom as we speak. that's coming up very shortly. but the signs are down and the amber alert is over. let's take a look at what we have. 880. 880 northbound, the traffic is moving along a little bit slowly. is a time when it starts to get slow coming up towards high street. bay bridge toll plaza is about -- a five-minute delay. that's the outside if you are driving, you know, in most of those lanes it will be less than that. no problems getting onto the
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bridge. finally, the santa clara valley we've been looking at that, 101 is better than it was. i would still use 280 if i were you instead of 101. let's go to steve. >> mostly clear out there, a little bit of patchy fog but the visibility satellite is in. there's not much fog there. what's there is starting to burn off. there is a lot of haze around. mild to warm, especially close to the coast and bay. temperatures either in the low 30s to almost 50. that offshore breeze is definitely coming back in from the delta all over to san pablo bay and san francisco and parts of the coast. a lot going on north of us, south of us. look for a sunny day. most of that is gone. as long as that offshore breeze is in place, maybe over the weekend, a southwest direction that will give us more fog and a few high clouds. it's a dry forecast until main this time next week. 60s on the temperatures. with your weekend always in view, except for a few high clouds, it's dry, it's sunny
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and temperatures 60s, just slightly cooler, dave. >> all right, steve. 8:26. you heard sal just a minute ago. some new developments in the oakland police investigation. why the police just called off the amber alert, the one that was issued early this morning. we've been talking to the victims of a suspicious fire out here in oakland. we'll tell you what they have to say about the damage to their cars and we'll give you an update on why firefighters think someone set it on purpose. >> reporter: are these padlocks an eyesore or a symbolism of love? we're live in los gatos. we'll tell you about the compromise the town came up with to appease the people who left these locks here. [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits.
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welcome back. 8:29. new information about this morning aby czar story coming out of oakland. police just told us they called off the -- a bizarre story coming out of oakland. police just told us they called off the amber alert. police say a woman accused her boyfriend of kidnapping their 1- year-old daughter but now oakland police say the child does not exist. no word on whether any criminal charges will be filed against the woman. [no audio] ktvu's claudine wong live on nicole avenue right now. you've been there since 4:30 talking to people who saw the fire and those who were affected by it firsthand. claudine? >> reporter: that's right, dave. the pg&e crews have left.
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the fire crews are gone. but for the victims of the fire, the day is just beginning. we've been talking with them. you will hear from them. we want to take you so you understand what happened here. the fire happened with these two trees here and this car here but i want to walk you down the street because we talked about a power outage and damage to a couple of cars. one of the reasons this is suspicious, you have the fire there and you have these trees that are fine, and then you have another tree right here that's also burned and damaged and this car right here that was also affected. it's this tree right here. if we pan up, you can see the power lines that go next to it. that's what caused the power outage this morning and the problems that continued for hours with these residents. we did talk to a man who lives right here in this building. that's actually his bathroom window. he woke up this morning because his entire apartment was lit up by the flames. >> i woke up. the trees were on fire and the flames were going everywhere.
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we called the fire department and they were here pretty quick. >> reporter: and then you just got out? >> and we got out and everybody was standing out here. >> reporter: now, that all happened at 2:00 this morning. dayiced to firefighters this morning -- i talked to firefighters this morning. they say the fire was -- was pretty y to put out. they said this was close to an apartment building with wood trim and they had the cars to deal with and they wanted to make sure they didn't have an explosion. they put it out. their fire investigator was called out. we talked to a woman whose car was damaged by these flames. really as she was just coming out here to see what happened and trying to deal with what happened. >> oh, my goodness. >> reporter: is this the first you realized that your car was involved in the car? >> i just got a phone call this morning like five minutes ago, and she told me that it looked like my car that was in the
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fire because she recognized the street. i just moved here. >> reporter: do you usually park right here? >> no. i usually park over there but somebody was parked over there. >> reporter: that's bad timing. certainly, she's very upset and frustrated. pg&e took a couple of hours just to get the power back on to folks. but they were able to replace the wires and everyone has power. coming out here live, the damage, though, still remains. folks are left to figure out how to deal with their insurance companies. get all of this taken care of and hout to -- and how to get to work today. claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:32. those so-called love locks will be removed from a freeway overpass in los gatos today. ktvu's janine de la vega is in los gatos to talk about the removal and how a local museum hopes to give the display a second chance. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning, tori. well, to some people this might
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look like an eyesore but to other people, they see this as romantic and a sweet decoration of people's love. you can see people have put their names there with their significant other and the date. but later on today, all of these locks are gonna be cut off by the department of public works. these locks started to appear last fall when one come wanted to commemorate their wedding anniversary and have their name engraved. they got the idea from similar landmarks around the world where lovers had left locks. caltrans owns the bridge and posted a sign six weeks ago, telling people to remove their locks or they would be cut off today. the town is concerned about the weight of the locks. they say if too many people put locks up there, it could cause problems. some residents don't buy that explanation and are disappointed. one woman who has left a lock here stopped by this morning to take a picture. >> because i knew they were gonna be taken down. i wanted to make sure i got one
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more picture of it in the morning light. >> reporter: how are you feeling? you are smiling. >> i'm -- it's a bummer in a way but i'm glad it's getting some attention. i really appreciate the fact that the museum is stepping up to take the locks. i think that's a neat thing to do. >> reporter: she's talking about the plan the plan has to relocate the locks. the museum has offered to display the locks if the people remove them from the fence. there used to be 30 locks out here. this morning we counted about 17. that means those people have already taken the locks off. but sometime later today, somebody from public works is gonna come out here with bolt cutters. they are hauling them off to a corporation yard. people have until february 15th. she will pick -- to pick them up. if not, they will just be thrown away. reporting live from los gatos, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. let's go back to sal.
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you are watching highway 101 and everyone else. the traffic looks pretty good around this area on 101 if you drive into san francisco. it has not been all that bad at all. northbound 101 and southbound 101 getting counsel to the airport airport -- down to the airport area. if you are driving down to the east bay, it's been crowded. we have a backup extending to -- i would say that's about ten minutes, still better than unusual. but it's become a lot more crowded. >> if you are driving in san jose, the commute looks better. 101 is still the slowest freeway. let's go to steve. >> all right. good morning. looks like most of the fog has burned off. pretty good patch in eastern napa county. a lot of haze out there. 30s, 40s to 50 on the current temperatures. so for some, it will be a nice day. for -- for others it will be a warm day. that offshore breeze, the direction the wind is coming from is still there. today, mostly sunny, patchy
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fog, hazy, warm. mostly sunny over the weekend. i think more -- more an increase in the clouds. next rain, possibility next thursday and friday, but it looks more like a colder testimony -- a colder system. what? we could use the rain. almost, tori. almost. almost. i apologize folks. this has been one brutal bug. we do have high pressure saying, you know, it's a dry pattern. i'm not going anywhere until about maybe a week out. it will weaken slightly. high temperatures will come down a little bit. i just think the increase in some of that fog, 30s, 40s to 50 degrees at the oakland airport. 50 at half moon bay already. so the coast looks like the place to be. the higher clouds are taking a direct aim. sunny, warm. a cold start. it will be a nice afternoon. a lot of haze out there. 60s, 70s on the temperatures. clearlake at 70 degrees. 64 antioch. 66 in oakland. 64 pleasanton. everyone pretty close. but a little warmer towards santa clara valley.
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gilroy, santa cruz. 67 cupertino. 60s on the coast and on the peninsula as well. extended, very quiet. not much change in the probably the end or middle of next week, tori. all right, steve. 8:37. turning back to the super bowl this morning, he's a big guy. he eped the 49ers win -- he helped the 49ers win three championships in the 1980s. protethed -- he protected joe 0 montana's -- joe montana's side, now you will see bubba on "the point after." bubby, we fine meet. how are you? >> reporter: how are you doing, dave? i'm sitting here in front of the stadium where i won my last super bowl. it's an unbelievable day in new orleans. how is it going back for you in the bay area? >> so far, so good. what's the general mood of the team. you have been around championship teams. what's the general mood of this team? >> reporter: well, so far,
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yesterday, was an exciting day. they've been here for now four days. they didn't have their family. i was on the airplane with all of the children and wives. and it was such a party to see all of the children and everybody run up to them and now for the next few days, it will be a normal family atmosphere, what they are used to. they went from them being isolated. now they are here with their families, they are getting that center of gravity. i think they will go out there and they are gonna -- they are gonna do a good job because their wife is gonna drive them crazy and the babies will drive them crazy. >> bub but, what kind of add -- bubba, what kind of advice do you give them? what do you tell them to do, not to do? >> reporter: well, first of all, it will get normal. like i said at first, you have to be able to process all of
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the distractions. it's not just 49er fans here and ray ven fans. there's people from all over the world. this is an event. it doesn't actually become a football game until the whistle blow. so what they are gonna have to do is keep the internal focus on the fact that they got not a lot of distractions of the event to get -- to distract them but they have to understand when that whistle blows, when the kickoff takes place, it becomes the same football that they played since they before. if they can remember that, they will be okay. >> on the field, bubba, what's the key play type of thing you expect to win this game? what will it take to win? >> reporter: well, i think -- one of the things that we got to see is this -- both of these teams are outstanding. will colin be able to make the difference? in a close defensive battle, you have to have a quarterback that's capable of making big plays and the thing that i believe is i believe that colin has a better chance of making
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plays than flacco and because of the fact that we made that decision to go with him ten weeks ago, i -- i mean, ten games ago, i believe that decision will be the key difference that decides this game. >> bubba, you are our behind- the-scenes person. you get closer and know more about the inside than most people do. how does it feel about being there as a broadcaster, as a motivational guy? >> reporter: it's amazing. as i see the players interact with their family. i remember how it was when i didn't get to see my families for a few days. to see all of the media attention for people who don't normally get interviewed getting interviewed and to see all of these things and know they have to process it and be able to put it behind them and play a game. as a media person, i have to report the news and not make the news that i can sit back
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and observe everything happening. understanding that i'm sitting ba -- sitting back like a fly on the wall. but they are fully involved. >> i know you have to go. who is gonna win in -- who is gonna win? name a score. >> reporter: we'll beat them -- it's go -- this is what we're gonna do. i think it will be the 49ers, 21. the ravens, 14. >> all right. i got you on the record and it's a pleasure to talk to you, bubba paris, live at the super bowl in new orleans. thank you for being with us on "mornings on 2". >> reporter: thank you, dave. all right. holding that prediction. thank you. 8:41. "american idol" made him a huge star. but before "idol" there was mornings on 2. that's go ma make you look -- that's gonna make you look
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great. >> yeah, ryan seacrest appeared on "mornings on 2" a few times. he will join us with randy jackson -- next. also, the report on jobs came out. ktvu's pam cook will tell us about the big impact with wall street this morning. ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪
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well, the dow crossed over the 14,000 mark this morning for the first time since october 2007. taking a live look at the big board right now, it's still really close, up 135 to 13,996. it's been fluctuating back and forth. should mention the nasdaq is up 31 and the s&p is up 13. now why are stocks doing so well? there was some good economic news out this morning. ktvu's pam cook is in our newsroom with the jobs report and also letting us know who is hiring. pam? >> yeah, the monthly employment report came in right at 5:30 this morning, just about what economists had expected. 11 5 -- 157,000 jobs were added last month. but it's not enough to lower the unemployment rate. in fact, the rate went up to 7.9%. but analysts say it's good because it could be -- it could be because people started to look for work again after months of being off the record. now, what kind of jobs are
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growing? retailers added 33,000 jobs in january, perhaps keeping some of their holiday help. construction jobs added nearly 30,000 and the -- as the housing market is picking up. healthcare, the other growth area. now, i checked in with our friends at b.a., some of the local companies hiring, great cuts, levis, chevron, and cisco university. economists saying this is all really good news that psychological mark of crossing the 14,000 level for the dow and the 1500 level for the s&p 500, that it's been testing for a while, all good, positive signs for the job economy, the economy in general and the economists expect good job this year. back to you. >> thank you. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following for you rue note -- we're following a bizarre story from -- right now -- we're following a bizarre
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forefrom oakland. there's no -- bizarre story from oakland. there's no child missing. there were reports there was a kidnapping of a little girl. authorities are trying to fifth out exactly what happened. overseas, a suicide bomber set off an explosive in turkey today, killing himself and a turkish security guard. the turkish interior minister says that bomber was probably part of a left wing militant group. and we're just two days away from super bowl xlvii. these guys got together, jim harbaugh, he got together with john harbaugh. both men say they are really proud of each other. it's the players who should get all of the credit. 8:47. it was another exciting audition night on "american idol." joining me now with the host of "idol" ryan seacrest and judge
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randy jackson. i should say good morning to both of you. before we talk about the show, though, i need to say welcome back to "mornings on 2" to ryan. you -- >> yeah. i just actually whispered to randy, i used to work there filling in as the entertainment reporter. >> right. welcome home. >> i used to hold that microphone proudly. >> and i used to live in the bay area. >> right. welcome back to the bay area. ryan, we dug through our archives and found some fun clips including one involving face cream. >> i believe i remember this segment. >> this is ryan seacrest. >> yeah. >> look at him stuffing his face on the job. >> it's a waffle on a stick? >> you are good. you are really good. it seems so pure, you can eat it. >> you could but we don't recommend that. oh, no! do you have a bagel i can
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borrow for a second. why eat it plain? let's dip something in there, right? it's kind of like smearing cream cheese. very good. what are you looking at me like that for? saks fifth avenue creme de lemaie. we'll be back with more "mornings on 2" if they don't fire me. [laughter] >> you remember that? >> ribbon in television. >> yeah. >> somehow i parlayed that into the "idol" gig. >> yeah. that was 15 years ago. >> we don't want to take all of the credit here on "mornings on 2." what do you think is behind your amazing success, ryan? >> creme delamaire. >> i remember that was the most expensive face cream ever. i was on that "mornings on 2" budget. and i was -- even if i had to eat it, i was very excited to it. >> it's great.
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>> your face looks wonderful. so ingesting it might be the way to go. randy, i want 0 to talk -- i want to talk about last night's show. there were a lot of over the -- over-the--- over the top performances. were you surprised by who showed up? >> i'm always shock and surprised. that was a zinger. first of all, when someone comes in with -- the wig was not straight. i'm like dude, at least get your wig straight. what's happening here? steven is hilarious. he's funny as hell, man. >> we should -- >> and he dressed up like mrs. doubtfire. >> steven tyler there. and no comments about "dude looks like a lady." >> i couldn't help but notice but randy mentioned steven's bustline there.
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>> i don't know if you saw your station up in san francisco, but ryan looked very nice in the wig, too. [laughter] >> well -- >> the wig, the bagel, the cream. >> he's doing everything. >> so randy, there's been quite a bit of talk about some tension between some of the other judges. you are the original guy. you've been through 12 years of this. how are things going so far this season? >> i think it took a while for all of us to gel and find ourselves. a lot of us people who have been judges watched the show at home. oh. this looks easy. i can do this. it's like trying to be a prosports player and it is not as easy as you thought. we're firing on all cylinders. we're having a good time. >> i'm really glad to hear that. >> i would like to ask you some more questions. the last question, predictions for sunday. niners or ravens? >> go, niners! >> are you kidding?
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>> go, niners. >> all right. all right. i just wanted to make sure that you guys were rooting for the right team. >> randy and i are -- >> all right. all right. we got you. >> good luck. good luck. >> thank you. thank you. appreciate that. ryan seacrest and randy jackson joining us live from los angeles this morning. thank you both for being here. you can always watch ryan and randy on "american idol" right here on ktvu on wednesdays and thursdays at 8:00 p.m. those guys are having a lot of fun at 8:30 in the morning. >> yeah. well, super bowl spirit is just rising all over the bay area. coming up we'll take you live to san francisco where some young 49er fans are holding a rally. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need.
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we will -- well, the bay area is red and gold all because of the super bowl and the 49ers say their fans are the reason for their success. ktvu's tara moriarty is in san francisco now and she's got some loud and proud fans with her. tara? >> reporter: oh, they are very excited. we're in san francisco and we have the 7ant and 8th graders who will be doing a cheer. take it away! [ cheers ] >> 49ers!
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[ cheers ] >> touchdown! touchdown! touchdown! ur [ cheers ] considers [ cheers ] [ cheers ] >> go, 49ers! [ cheers ] >> reporter: all right! over here, we have our colin kaepernick contest. he's a wanna be kaepernick. there he goes. there's the bicep.
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you think they got some spirit here? okay. everybody is gonna do the kaepernick. >> 49ers! >> go! >> reporter: all right. and here we go, in san francisco, i think they are pretty fired up for the super bowl. we're gonna toss it back to you. >> all right, tara moriarty. they are ready. >> yes, they are. >> and live from san francisco, make shire you stay right here -- make sure you stay right here for all of the continuing coverage from new orleans. we'll bring you live reports from the big easy and every newscast leading up to the super bowl and then sunday night after the game, come to channel 2 for a live, local post game show with all of the fans. the bay area and in new orleans. what's the weather gonna be like? >> very quiet. high clouds, a little bit of fog. but overall, sunny. nice, it will take us

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